Her voice is unmistakable, her story undeniable and her spirit unbreakable. She is Paula Fuga. Lauded for her originality in song composition and spellbinding, soulful vocals, Fuga is one of Hawaii’s Top Female Entertainers. A poet at heart and an accomplished ukulele musician under Master Instructor, Roy Sakuma, she has intertwined her passions into award-winning songwriting desired by the industry’s most respected collaborators.
Her debut album, LILIKOI lauded the prestigious Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award for ‘Most Promising Artist.’ Since the release of her EP Misery’s End, which featured guest appearances by Ziggy Marley and Jack Johnson, Fuga has headlined the global music circuit and debuted on the stages of Madison Square Garden, The Sydney Opera House Forecourt and is a three-time return guest artist to The White House. She was featured on the song “Love Will Find a Way” with Nahko Bear and Trevor Hall for the album of her lifelong collaborator and guitarist, the musical genius, Mike Love.
Today, with a global fanbase and thriving music career, Fuga’s music is dedicated to inspiring positive social change – rooted in perseverance and hope – for those in need. She is fiercely committed to permeating the world with the evocative voice of the Hawaiian people.
She is an artist on a mission and music is her vehicle.
“Music is my first love. Love is my first language.” – Paula Fuga